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Birthday: December 3, 1968
Place: Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Height: 6' 3"
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| A muscular, darkly handsome actor who defies easy categorization, Brendan Fraser has an enviable versatility that has allowed him to be equally convincing in comedies, dramas, and adventure films alike. The son of a Canadian tourism executive, Fraser was born in Indianapolis on December 3, 1968. Thanks to his father's job, Fraser and his family led a fairly peripatetic existence, living in locales as varied as Ottawa, London, Rome, and Seattle. During his time in London, Fraser became interested in theater and eventually enrolled in Seattle's Cornish Institute for training.After an early appearance in Dogfight (1991), Fraser got his break in 1992's Encino Man as a Stone-Age man unfrozen in modern-day California. He went on to gain audience prominence in diverse roles such as a Jewish football player in an all-WASP environment in School Ties (1992), a grunged-out musician in Airheads (1994), a Harvard student who loses his thesis in With Honors (1994), and a quirky baseball phenom in The Scout (1994). Fraser has been quoted in one magazine article as saying that he seeks out roles combining "silliness and sexiness"; his work during the second half of the '90s certainly reflected this. Particular highlights were George of the Jungle (1997), a witty satire of jungle adventure films; Gods and Monsters (1998), the acclaimed rendering of the last days of director James Whale, for which Fraser earned particular praise in his role as Whale's strapping gardener; the romantic comedy Blast From the Past (1999); and a big-budget remake of The Mummy (1999) that effectively showcased Fraser as a hero well-suited to old-school adventure. So successful were the extravagantly computer generated exploits of the revived Mummy franchise that a sequel soon went into production, resulting in the decidedly Indiana Jones-flavored The Mummy Returns (2001). Pitting Fraser against not only the fearsome Imhotep but the dreaded Scorpion King (wrestling superstar The Rock) as well, The Mummy Returns upped the ante in terms of action and special effects, providing audiences with even more summertime chills and thrills than its predecessor. Unfortunately, the same could not be said for 2001's ill-received Monkeybone which, despite an energetic performance from Fraser, did not fare in the theaters as well as 20th Century Fox had hoped. Luckily for him, Fraser's career remained intact despite Monkeybone and the equally mediocre Bedazzled (2000) with Elizabeth Hurley. In 2002, Fraser starred in the critically acclaimed The Quiet American, which featured the young actor as Alden Pyle, a na
- Raised in Holland, Switzerland, and Canada educated at Upper Canada College in Toronto, the Actors' Conservatory, Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle
- Engaged to Afton Smith, his girlfriend of four years. [October 1997]
- Chosen by People Magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world. 
- Whenever appearing in a Pauly Shore movie, he uses the character name 'Link'.
- Born on the same day (December 3rd) as his wife Afton Smith.
- Has dual citizenship: American and Canadian.
- Speaks French fluently.
- His and Afton's wedding was held in the garden at the Bel Air Hotel in Los Angeles.
- He welcomed first child son Griffin Arthur on September 17, 2002.
- While filming Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003), was terrified at having to hit Bill Goldberg. Goldberg constantly told him to go ahead and do it, telling him, "It's what I do for a living."
- Attended Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington.
- Second child, son Holden Fletcher, b. 16 August 2004
- Is an aspiring photographer.
- Has recorded more than a few plays for broadcast on the radio, including works by Tennessee Williams and Eugene O'Neill.
- He has three older brothers.
- Has developed a reputation for being extremely approachable and friendly to fans who meet him on the streets.
- Fraser was in consideration to play Superman when Brett Ratner was still attached to the film.
- Was considered for the role of Dr. Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic in Fantastic Four (2005).
- Was set to play the role of Dr. Steve/Eddie in The Wedding Planner (2001), but scheduling conflicts with filming Bedazzled (2000) prevented him.
- The son of a Canadian travel executive. Among the places he lived in his younger days include Cincinnati, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; Ottawa, Canada; and Holland.
- Wife Afton gave birth to their third child and third son, Leland, on May 2nd, 2006 in Los Angeles.
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